Saturday, October 28, 2017

Ayurvedic herbs can treat liver problem including Fatty liver, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, Ascites and Jaundice

Kamalahar is enriched with various herbs proven to be very effective for the treatment of liver problems. It has Tecoma undulata, Phyllanthus urinaria, Embelia ribes, Taraxacum officinale, Nyctanthes arbortritis and Terminalia arjuna.

Tecoma undulata is a herb which is proven to have medicinal property that helps in curing liver diseases especially for the treatment of hepatitis. It is also used in curing urinary disorders, enlargement of spleen, gonorrhea and leucoderma. Seeds are used against abscess.

Phyllanthus urinaria has been used for centuries to promote healthy elimination of gallstones and kidney stones. It is also used for the treatment of liver disease especially hepatitis B. Phyllanthus urinaria primarily contains lignans (e.g. phyllanthine and hypophyllanthine), gallic acid, alkaloids, and bioflavonoids (e.g. quercetin). While it remains unknown as to which of these substances has an antiviral effect, researchers believe that this herb acts primarily on the liver. Other research has revealed other possible benefits like helping to soothe the liver, detoxification of the liver and kidneys, relief from pain and inflammation, reducing oxidative stress, and an ability to inhibit hepatitis B virus DNA replication. It is believed that the possible benefit that phyllanthus urinaria provides in cases of liver damage could be due to the plants anti-viral activity. In Ayurvedic medicine, Phyllanthus has been used for over 2000 years in India for many medicinal uses for those with liver disease including hepatitis.

Embelia ribes is quite beneficial in the treatment of liver ailments especially jaundice and also for strengthening the body. It also helps with gastric problem by either preventing formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract or facilitates the expulsion of gas. It is also quite useful against tape-worms. It is believed to be useful against skin diseases, bronchitis, urinary discharges, Dyspepsia, hemicrania, worms in wounds etc.

Taraxacum officinale is believed to have a medicinal value, in particular against liver problems. It is also known to be a Diuretic and quite beneficial in the treatment of liver cirrhosis. It is also used in herbal medicines as a mild laxative, for increasing appetite, and for improving digestion. The milky latex has been used as a mosquito repellent and as a folk remedy to treat warts.

Nyctanthes arbortritis is known for its important place in Hindu mythology and this plant has many common names like Indian Night Jasmine. The flower, seeds and leaves of the plant are diuretic, antibacterial, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, immunopotential, anti pyretic, antioxidant, anti fungal, anti-bilious, sedative and antifilarial. It is useful in the treatment of many diseases including liver disorder. Its extract has proven by researchers to have significant hepatoprotective activity, which is ability to prevent damage to the liver and also hepatoregenerative. The herb in combination with other herbs is quite beneficial in the treatment of hepatitis, cirrhosis, alcohol liver diseases and other liver disorders. Apart from liver disorder, the herb has been used in the treatment of affections of scalp, rheumatic joint pain, malaria, snakebite, bronchitis, sciatica, chronic fever, rheumatism, internal worm infections, high blood pressure, diabetes, piles and skin diseases. Some people have also used the herb in the treatment of cancer.

Terminalia arjuna is high in co-enzyme Q-10 and helps in the treatment of cirrhosis of liver and reduces blood pressure.The arjuna was introduced into Ayurveda as a treatment for heart disease by Vagbhata. It is traditionally prepared as a milk decoction. In the Ashtānga Hridayam, Vagbhata mentions arjuna in the treatment of wounds, hemorrhages and ulcers, applied topically as a powder.
The combination of these herbs is what makes Kamalahar very effective in the treatment of liver disorders including hepatitis, cirrhosis, fatty liver, ascites and jaundice.

Friday, October 27, 2017

Another success story of cured Liver Cirrhosis by Kamalahar!

Mr. Sandeep, a resident of New Delhi who was suffering from severe alcoholic liver cirrhosis and got cured within six months of starting the treatment of our Ayurvedic medicine, Kamalahar.

Usually, Doctors say that there is no allopathic cure for this disease but we say otherwise and so does Mrs. Mamta, wife of Mr. Sandeep who had lost all hopes to be cured by any sort of treatment other than an option of Liver transplant. They had diagnosed about his sickness only when his belly suddenly started to grow big unexpectedly because of the liver cirrhosis and he went through various treatments for three months which all went into vain. Doctors had given a month time until they kept her husband under observation because of his weakness for the transplant. This is when she somehow got to know about Kamalahar from a relative of hers and researched more about it online on our website and started giving the medicine to her husband once he was out from the ICU.

They started noticing betterment within one to two months of starting the Kamalahar treatment. Mrs. Mamta mentioned that the serum bilirubin was 18-22 at the worst stage which started dropping with two points and continued dropping till even four points within a gap of fifteen days as she went for his regular check-ups. Other symptoms improved as well, like the yellowish skin tone and the yellowish colour in the eyes started coming back to its normal state. The medicine dosage of two capsules a day was reduced to one per day along with the improvement of the patient.

Now after getting totally cured by Kamalahar, she says she recommends this product to as many friends and relatives as possible whenever she gets to hear of some similar liver problems and would like more and more people to know about this ayurvedic medicine for the benefits it carries along with it.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

National Dry Day View - One Year of Liquor ban in Bihar - Good for Family and Liver

The positive impact of the liquor ban in Bihar is being seen on the families of Poor People. Some people estimate that people of the state have saved over Rs 10,000 crore because of prohibition and also it has not wrecked the finances of the state as some people had believed.

Liquor supporters predicted revenue losses to the tune of Rs 5000 crore but it is good to find out that they have not proven true. Chief Minister had been the main force behind the implementation of prohibition in the state. Liquor ban was one of the major promises Mr Nitish Kumar had made when he decided to contest 2015 Bihar Assembly election along with Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal. After the election, prohibition was one of the major policy decision rolled out by the Bihar government.

Alcohol had been one of the key culprits that had wrecked many families in India and many poor family especially women and children are adversely affected by it due to alcoholism among men. Any money saved and better environment prevailing in the family will lead to better children’s education, health and clothes. The positive effects of prohibition can be seen in the markets as well. After the imposition of liquor ban, the demand of sewing machines has increased by 19%, handicraft and readymade clothes by 44%, milk by 11% and ‘rasgulla’ by 16%. Accordingly to some reports, not only this, there has been a 55% decrease in road mishaps, 24% in murders, 16% in loot and 37% in riots.

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti and National Dry day, we wish Nitishji best wishes and wish that many more states in India are able to emulate the success of Bihar in dealing with the scourge of alcohol. 

Sunday, September 10, 2017

The Kapil Sharma Show - the temporary blip caused by Alcohol and Overwork will be cured

Kapil Sharma has been a favorite show of many people including myself. The reruns has been a good staple for me especially on weekend when I am bored and there is nothing good to watch on TV and also the news seems so depressing with producing only negative news. That is the time I mostly look for a back to back run of The Kapil Sharma Show. During one of the vacation trip to Agra while stuck in hotel, I watched 6 back to back episodes. 

Yesterday (9-9-2017) I saw the rerun of the episode with Manisha Koirala. It was so pleasing to see how he and Bacha Yadav made Manisha laugh so much. It was a weird feeling where seeing Manisha laugh made me so happy. The song "Ek Ladki to Dekha" was just awesome.

Similarly when a Women from Jharkhand came and shared how she and other patients in a hospital in Mumbai used to wait for the show and how the show made them happy brought tears to my eyes.

So it was sad to hear that he was going through health issues and the show will be taken off air for some time. There has been all kinds of stories in Media since the start of the year such as the famous twitter episode, public fight with team members, tussle with Government of Maharashtra about his bungalow, shows with Ajay Devgun and Shahrukh being cancelled. All these made me sad and gave me a sinking feeling. 

Finally the news came that he has been suffering from overwork and had resorted to alcohol to provide temporary relief which has now become his bane. So when media says "Success has gone to Kapil Sharma's head. And that's affecting his flagship comedy show on Sony TV The Kapil Sharma Show badly." It is good to know that it is not correct.

It was relief to know that it was manageable problem and good to know that he is conscious of the problem that he is facing and is making an effort to detoxify himself by enrolling himself in an Ayurvedic Detoxification center. He was open to his relationship with other colleagues and was apologetic about what he had done. We pray and believe that he will come out strong from this challenge in his life.

We wish all the best to a man who has made so many Indians laugh and wish that he continue to do that for ages to come. 

Hepatitis B made negative through Ayurvedic medicine Kamalahar

Pradeep is a resident of West Delhi. He runs a small water purification plant and caters to the residents in his neighborhood. He strongly believes that water is cause of many disease and is committed to provide good quality water to his neighbors while making a living out of it too. His health has gone through many ups and down over the years but he is determined to fight it out. 

One of the problem that we was diagnosed with was Hepatitis B. His viral load was found to be 90 thousand. He was admitted to an hospital when it was first diagnosed. He was put on Adefovir medicine but it started creating side effects on him. He stopped the medicine. He searched on internet and found out about Kamalahar. He ordered it and started taking it. He also followed a strict diet control regime. After taking Kamalahar for more than 1 year, he found out that the virus was undetectable.

He is fit now and he has continued to work for over 15 hours daily. He has tested multiple times and all the times it has been found out to be fine.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Hepatitis A virus can cause fatal liver injury

It is an immediate, intrinsic response of the hepatitis A virus (HAV) infected cell that results in liver inflammation, a new study suggests.

Hepatitis researchers have long thought that immune cells sent by the body to attack virus-infected cells in the liver cause the acute liver injury associated with HAV and other hepatitis viruses.

The virus evokes a response in the infected cell that activates a pre-programmed cell death pathway.

In effect, the cell commits suicide, sacrificing itself along with the virus in an effort to save the host. This results in inflammation within the liver that we recognise as hepatitis.

Hepatitis A virus is a vaccine preventable form of infectious hepatitis. HAV is found worldwide and is transmitted through ingestion of food and water that is contaminated with the feces of an infected person.

Symptoms of hepatitis A include nausea, stomach pain, fever, sore throat, headache and diarrhea. People infected with HAV may not experience any symptoms, but shed the virus for two to four weeks.

During this period, an infected person can pass the virus to others. HAV does not cause chronic liver disease like hepatitis B and C viruses. But in rare cases, it can cause acute liver failure, which is often fatal.

For decades, researchers believed only primates - humans, chimpanzees and a few species of monkeys could be infected by HAV. However, researchers recently discovered the virus could jump species.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

World Obesity Day: Obesity can lead to many serious problem including Liver Disorder

Obesity is a major health challenge worldwide. Apart from known health hazards such as heart disease, diabetes, liver problem, it can also may ruin your social life, experts say.

India is home to the third-highest number of obese and overweight people, according to recent reports.

Obesity is categorised on the basis of BMI, which is defined as the body mass divided by the square of the body height and is universally expressed in units of kg/m2, resulting from mass in kilograms and height in metres.

Obesity is often associated with laziness and a sedentary lifestyle. Men who are obese tend to have lower levels of testosterone. Obesity is directly linked to hormonal imbalance and lower testosterone levels.

Also, obesity increases the risk of developing a number of serious health conditions, including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, cancer, sleep apnea, gallstones, liver disorder, other heart disease and various types of cancer.

Obesity can lead to heart problems, breathing difficulties, joint problems and sudden cardiac death.

With a high risk of diabetes and high blood pressure, obesity may also take an emotional toll, as some may experience depression, feelings of social isolation, discrimination and an overall lower quality of life.

Another research which has come ahead of the World Obesity Day to be observed tomorrow warns that children around the world are putting on more pounds and kilos than ever before.

The World Obesity Federation said that up to 268 million children aged 5 - 17 may be overweight by 2025, with as many as 98 million falling into the obese category.

The potential consequences are grim by any measure with millions of the affected kids suffering from type 2 diabetes, hypertension and fat build up in their liver, it said.

Childhood obesity is just the saddening tip of an iceberg with WHO saying obesity has more than doubled since 1980.